Shrine Flat-table by Schemata Architecture Office | Dezeen
Japanese designer Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architecture Office presented this series of wooden tables with fluorescent resin encasing their gouged-out tops at Spazio Rossana Orlandi in Milan last month. Called Shrine Flat-table, the piece is based on a traditional Japanese design with eight legs. The colour of the resin is more or less intense depending
Tesler + Mendelovitch | ARTNAU
Tesler + Mendelovitch y su genial idea de usar un patrón geométrico para darle una propiedad similar a la ropa a un material tan rígido como la madera. “As a textile design and development team, we incubate and create totally …
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Erin O'Malley explores the interaction of light with transparent and reflective surfaces. Her photographs are a series of experiments, a process of trial
Disconnected Pavilion / Plan B Arquitectos
Completed in 2010 in Medellín, Colombia. Images by Sergio Gómez. This was a small commission to design a pavilion for a construction fair in Medellín and to make the project more interest for us, we proposed to the...
Profile: Honeycomb panels by Mykon
Honeycombs are among nature’s most intriguing structures. But while it is rare that we get to really appreciate the engineering genius behind th...
Gallery of Concert Hall Installation / Dániel Baló, Dániel Eke, Zoltán Kalászi - 16
Image 16 of 20 from gallery of Concert Hall Installation / Dániel Baló, Dániel Eke, Zoltán Kalászi. © Tamas Bujnovszky
Fujitsubo by Archivision Hirotani Studio | Dezeen
Japanese architects Archivision Hirotani Studio have completed a beauty parlour clad with copper in Omotesando in Tokyo, Japan. Called Fujitsubo (barnacle), the project incorporates skylights mounted in three pitched volumes on the roof. These funnel light down into the interior where it penetrates to the storeys below due to slit-like glass panels in each floor.